Peggy Replogle

Peggy has over 23 years of combined experience as a divorce attorney, guardian ad litem, & professionally trained coach. Peggy became an attorney in 1998 and immersed herself as a family law attorney and advocate for children of divorce. Peggy is also a wife and stepmother who has personally experienced the toll of high conflict divorce. She has seen, firsthand, the need for change in “how divorce is done”. She became a divorce coach, and in 2018 opened The Divorce Authority. Peggy’s legal experience, coupled with her personal understanding of divorce, make her a unique find in the coaching community.

As your coach, Peggy partners with you to help you understand the divorce process and navigate the tough decisions. You will receive insights from a veteran divorce professional about your options and how to make decisions that are best for you and your family. Peggy understands the confusion you feel and the wave of emotions that accompany that confusion. She also understands that divorce is serious business that requires decisions be made without influence by emotion. The antiquated divorce system of “Attorney vs. Attorney” comes at an extremely high cost – both financially and emotionally. Peggy can help center you to focus on what matters and help prevent you from getting caught up in the turmoil. Empowering yourself with that type of understanding can make a world of difference.

As a member of Vesta, Peggy has access to a team of professionals that share in the common goal of helping you achieve the best outcome possible. Vesta’s goal to redefine divorce is on point with Peggy’s vision for change.

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Tel: 614-961-2135

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